Lake Darling to be Lowered for Spring Runoff

In anticipation of a heavier-than-average spring runoff, the operating level at Lake Darling will be lowered to 1594 feet above sea level — 2 feet below the normal pre-runoff level. The goal is to reach that level by the end of March, and as the releases ramp up over the next weeks, those on the river should pay extra attention to ice conditions.

This article was sourced from:

Kim Fundingsland, Minot Daily News


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